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     chart <ship name>
 
     chart <ship name>
 
Every cycle the chart from your ship will be automatically displayed.  If the chart moves off the top of the screen, entering "chart" will redisplay the current chart.
 
Every cycle the chart from your ship will be automatically displayed.  If the chart moves off the top of the screen, entering "chart" will redisplay the current chart.
WARP COURSE BEARING RANGE MARK CLASS
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WARP COURSE BEARING RANGE MARK CLASS
 
  Caspan: 4.0 305. Manual Helm  
 
  Caspan: 4.0 305. Manual Helm  
 
  Asp: 3.0 125. 305. 15035 0. FR
 
  Asp: 3.0 125. 305. 15035 0. FR
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     report
 
     report
 
The report command displays various information about your ship.  You may also request a report from an ally ship with the "order" command.
 
The report command displays various information about your ship.  You may also request a report from an ally ship with the "order" command.
  SHIP NAME: Ketoi
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  SHIP NAME: Ketoi
  CLASS: Destroyer
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  CLASS:     Destroyer
  SURVIVORS: 200
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  SURVIVORS: 200
  CONDITION: 100% Functional
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  CONDITION: 100% Functional
  NAVCOM: Manual Helm
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  NAVCOM:     Manual Helm
  COURSE: 270.desired 229.current
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  COURSE:     270.desired 229.current
  WARP: 6.0 desired 4.5 current
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  WARP:       6.0 desired 4.5 current
 
  Examples:
 
  Examples:
 
     report
 
     report
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     Scan <ship>
 
     Scan <ship>
 
The damage status will display the overall condition of your ship. The scan ship command will show the same information about an enemy or ally ship.
 
The damage status will display the overall condition of your ship. The scan ship command will show the same information about an enemy or ally ship.
  SHIP NAME: Viper
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  SHIP NAME: Viper
  CLASS: Frigate
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  CLASS:     Frigate
  SURVIVORS: 18  
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  SURVIVORS:     18  
  REACTORS: 100% 5% XX
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  REACTORS:   100%     5%     XX
  BATTERIES: 75 75 68 XX
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  BATTERIES:     75     75     68     XX
  BANKS: XX XX ch .. XX
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  BANKS:         XX     XX     ch     ..     XX
  TUBES: ld XX
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  TUBES:         ld     XX
  LAUNCHERS: XX
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  LAUNCHERS:     XX
  SHIELDS: XX 70% 1% 18% XX XX  
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  SHIELDS:       XX   70%     1%   18%     XX     XX  
  WARP: XX
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  WARP:         XX
  WARP TEMP: |9m LIMIT: 40m
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  WARP TEMP:   |9m LIMIT: 40m
  WARP POWER: 0
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  WARP POWER:   0
  OTHER POWER: 262
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  OTHER POWER: 262
  RESIDUAL POWER: 6
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  RESIDUAL POWER: 6
 
The above scan reveals that the Klingon Frigate Viper is heavily damaged. All "XX" markers show the systems that are completely non-functional.  The Viper still has two working phasers, one is charged and one is discharged. One torpedo tube is still functional and is currently loaded and one probe launcher is undamaged but unloaded.  Three of the six shields are completely destroyed, one is in good shape and two are very weak. The warp drive has been destroyed with its temperature falling to zero.  With the warp drive eliminated, there is not any warp power.  The reactors are providing 262 units of power but the ship still used -6 units of battery power last cycle to keep the remaining shields up.
 
The above scan reveals that the Klingon Frigate Viper is heavily damaged. All "XX" markers show the systems that are completely non-functional.  The Viper still has two working phasers, one is charged and one is discharged. One torpedo tube is still functional and is currently loaded and one probe launcher is undamaged but unloaded.  Three of the six shields are completely destroyed, one is in good shape and two are very weak. The warp drive has been destroyed with its temperature falling to zero.  With the warp drive eliminated, there is not any warp power.  The reactors are providing 262 units of power but the ship still used -6 units of battery power last cycle to keep the remaining shields up.
 
  Examples:
 
  Examples:
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     [Status] Fleet [<options>]
 
     [Status] Fleet [<options>]
 
The fleet status command will display the current orders of each of your ally ships.
 
The fleet status command will display the current orders of each of your ally ships.
  ALLY TARGET MISSION
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  ALLY TARGET   MISSION
  Caspan: Zantha ..
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  Caspan: Zantha   ..
  Asp: (Bismark) Retreat
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  Asp:   (Bismark) Retreat
 
The Target column displays which enemy ship the ally ship is currently engaging.  If the target ship name is in parenthesis it indicates the ally was ordered to fire on that enemy ship.  The Mission column displays the mission the ally was ordered to perform.
 
The Target column displays which enemy ship the ally ship is currently engaging.  If the target ship name is in parenthesis it indicates the ally was ordered to fire on that enemy ship.  The Mission column displays the mission the ally was ordered to perform.

Revision as of 14:12, 3 April 2018

Chart

Format:
    chart 
    chart on
    chart off
    chart <ship name>

Every cycle the chart from your ship will be automatically displayed. If the chart moves off the top of the screen, entering "chart" will redisplay the current chart.

WARP	COURSE	BEARING	RANGE	MARK	CLASS
Caspan:	4.0	305.	Manual Helm 
Asp:	3.0	125.	305.	15035	0.	FR

The chart displays the names of all ships with the flagship being the first ship. The current warp factor and course of each ship is displayed as is the range of each ship from the charted ship. The Bearing column show the bearing of each ship from the charted ship. The bearing is the course the charted ship must follow to head directly at a specific ship. The Mark column contains the degrees off the heading of the charted ship to a specific ally or enemy ship, for example, a mark of zero indicates the charted ship is heading directly toward a ship. The Class column indicates the class of each of the charted ships.

The automatic display of the chart can be turned off by issuing the "chart off" command. "Chart on" will turn the display back on. "Chart <ship name>" will display a chart from the point of view of the named ship.

Examples:
    chart
    chart on
    chart from the zantha

Report

Format:
    report

The report command displays various information about your ship. You may also request a report from an ally ship with the "order" command.

SHIP NAME:  Ketoi
CLASS:      Destroyer
SURVIVORS:  200
CONDITION:  100% Functional
NAVCOM:     Manual Helm
COURSE:     270.desired  229.current
WARP:       6.0 desired  4.5 current
Examples:
    report

Status Damage / Scan Ship

Format:
    [Status] Damage
    Scan <ship>

The damage status will display the overall condition of your ship. The scan ship command will show the same information about an enemy or ally ship.

SHIP NAME:  Viper
CLASS:      Frigate
SURVIVORS:     18 
REACTORS:    100%     5%     XX
BATTERIES:     75     75     68     XX
BANKS:         XX     XX     ch     ..     XX
TUBES:         ld     XX
LAUNCHERS:     XX
SHIELDS:       XX    70%     1%    18%     XX     XX 
WARP:          XX
WARP TEMP:    |9m  LIMIT: 40m
WARP POWER:    0
OTHER POWER:  262
RESIDUAL POWER: 6

The above scan reveals that the Klingon Frigate Viper is heavily damaged. All "XX" markers show the systems that are completely non-functional. The Viper still has two working phasers, one is charged and one is discharged. One torpedo tube is still functional and is currently loaded and one probe launcher is undamaged but unloaded. Three of the six shields are completely destroyed, one is in good shape and two are very weak. The warp drive has been destroyed with its temperature falling to zero. With the warp drive eliminated, there is not any warp power. The reactors are providing 262 units of power but the ship still used -6 units of battery power last cycle to keep the remaining shields up.

Examples:
    damage
    status damage
    scan viper

Range / Display / Scan Range

Format:
    range <range>
    display <range>
    scan <range>

Any of these commands will set the position display range. The position display is always in the upper right corner of the screen. The display shows the location of all ships by placing the first two letters of the ship's name on the display along with any active torpedoes or probes.

The range specified will control the magnification of the position display and only objects within this range will be displayed. Within the position display, the "<>" in the center indicates the location of your ship. On the monochrome monitor, all enemy object will be displayed "intensified" and all ally objects "normal". On the color monitor, all enemy objects will be "bright red" and all ally objects will be "Yellow".

Examples:
    range 15000
    display 15000
    scan 15000

Status Fleet

Format:
    [Status] Fleet [<options>]

The fleet status command will display the current orders of each of your ally ships.

ALLY	 TARGET    MISSION
Caspan: Zantha    ..
Asp:   (Bismark)  Retreat

The Target column displays which enemy ship the ally ship is currently engaging. If the target ship name is in parenthesis it indicates the ally was ordered to fire on that enemy ship. The Mission column displays the mission the ally was ordered to perform.